EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES: A POTENTIAL TOOL FOR GREEN CATALYST
Keywords:Understanding, Misconception, Global Warming, Students, Science
Education is the process of continuous comprehensive evolution which dynamically adopts its vision, structure, objectives and problems in order to solve the challenges. Experiential learning is the learning by doing through experience, exploration, innovation and natural skills, creativity and self-confidence. The purpose of the present paper is to determine effect of experiential learning model on student’s conceptual understanding on impact of climate change on raise in sea level. The sample of the study was 50 students of grade IX. Questionnaire and interviews are used to collect the data. Result of the study reveals that experiential learning is effective pedagogical tool to address misconception and enhance conceptual understanding.
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